Constitutional Law Of India
Author: Dr. J. N. Pandey
Like the previous edition, this edition of Late Dr. Jai Narain Pandey's Constitutional Law of India, a classic for the law students and competitive examinees is expected to be received warmly by them as well as by the faculty. Some of the cases decided by the Supreme court of vital constitutional importance are worth to be mentioned here. In Lok Prahari v. State of U.P., AIR 2018 SC2209, Section 4(3) of U.P. Ministers (Salaries, allowances and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1981 as amended in 2016 by virtue of which former Chief Ministers of The States were entitled to allotment of Government accommodation for their life time was held to be not based on reasonable classification and, therefore, ultra vires of the Constitution.